Do more with your AirPods!

I’ve had the AirPods Pro for quite a while now – about a year and a half – and here are two features I think are pretty fabulous.

Customize your hearing experience by adjusting your audio accessibility settings

Connect your AirPods to your iPhone > Settings > Accessibility > AirPods > Audio Accessibility Settings  > Headphone Accommodations

Here, you will be able to go through a setup process which allows you to tune your audio and set the range of your transparency mode. You can then make the necessary adjustments to allow you listen to your audio with greater clarity. Honestly a pretty neat in-build feature which I personally think more people should know about!

Use your AirPods to test how loud your surroundings are (and if it’s healthy for your years.

You can add the feature by going to Settings > Control Centre > Hearing. Once this feature has been added into your control centre, with your AirPods connected, activate it. Live listen will then be activated and you will be able to identify how loud (or soft) your surroundings are.

As a benchmark, you should try to be in an environment that’s less than 70 Db to prevent noise-induced hearing loss.

Rubber Connector Accessory

In addition, I recently discovered this rubber connector which helps you easily connect your AirPods. While this seems to defeat the purpose of having a wire-free audio device, it is still useful especially for workouts or when you accidentally fall asleep and the AirPods fall out.

Conclusion

If you’re on the Apple ecosystem, owning a pair of AirPods is indeed a must – but how many features do we actually know exist? Let’s continue exploring them and hopefully we’ll be able to make full use of these trusty pair of earphones.

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